Taishet

Taishet

 

a city under oblast jurisdiction and administrative center of Taishet Raion, Irkutsk Oblast, RSFSR. Railroad junction with lines to Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, Abakan, and the Lena station. Population, 35,000 (1974).

Taishet has an automobile repair plant, a plant for the treatment of railroad ties, a hydrolysis plant, and a mica factory. There are some forestry and food industry enterprises. The city also has a medical school.

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Thus, the vice-speaker of the Legislative Assembly, the chairman of the budget, pricing, financial-economic and tax legislation committee Natalya Dikusarova visited Taishet and Chunsky districts.
In 1952 in the Taishet camp system, Ivan Mikhailovich Evseev was certified an invalid by a medical commission and transferred to a special camp, where "they harnessed us, invalids, in teams of four to sledges and drove us into the forest to collect firewood.
The first phases of the pipeline have raised its capacity to 30m t/y (600,000 b/d) from the town of Taishet to Skovorodino.
40) Kisa sure sonra da Rusya'nin petrol boru hatlarindan sorumlu devlet sirketi olan Transneft uc asama ile insa edilecek olan Rusya'nin Taishet bolgesinden Pasifik okyanusundaki sahiline ulasacak olan bir hattin yapilacagini aciklamistir.
One half of that oil went along an existing pipeline to the Chinese city of Taishet while the other was transported by tanker car to Kozmino.
UC Rusal will also study the feasibility of inviting Norinco to supply anode production equipment for the Taishet aluminum smelter which is under construction.
5bn of project financing for construction of the Taishet aluminium smelter in Siberia, Dow Jones has reported, citing Interfax.
This Eastern Siberia-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) pipeline originates in Taishet, in Russia's far eastern regions, and should eventually reach the Pacific coast at Perevoznaya Bay.
The ESPO's first section, from Taishet to Skovorodino, is complete and can now pump crude, although as of September 2009 the line was running in reverse, moving crude into the existing western Siberian pipeline network.
It plans to link the Siberian city of Taishet near Lake Baikal and Russia's Pacific coast via Skovorodino, the midpoint of the entire route.
Recently Gazprom also announced that it intends to build a pipeline in parallel with and in the same way leave as Transneft's oil line from Taishet in Irkutsk Oblast to Skovorodino in the Amur Oblast.
Japan signed a deal with Russia in 2004 for the construction of a pipeline from Taishet in Eastern Siberia to Nakhodka, on the Pacific Coast.